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Extinct No More! Explore the Revived Eyak Language
It has been more than five years since the last Native born speaker of Alaska’s Eyak Indian language passed away...
Eyak Language Gets a Second Life
Eyak became the first of Alaska's endangered languages to be declared "extinct" when its last Native speaker, Chief Marie Smith Jones, died in January 2008, The Bristol Bay Times r...